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French Fun Conversation Club Newquay (Intermediate)


A local conversation club in a friendly atmosphere... Grab a drink and a cake, chat, play games and quizzes in French with a fun French native and other local francophiles :-) This is a taster session at discounted rate of £5.83. After the session, you will have the opportunity to book your 5 week course at £10 a session, on a first come, first served basis! Please contact me if you have any questions. - FAQs How will I know what to say? A 'cheat sheet' can be provided to help you get started :-) Is there a minimum age to come to the club? Everyone is welcome! How big is the group? Only 6 participants, to make sure that everyone can talk a lot! What are my parking options? The Manor pay & diplay car park is the closest to the cafe. What can I bring into the event? A desire to speak French :-) How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Please send me a message through my Facebook page or give me a call on 07833 644259.

Venue:
ChouKette
52 Bank Street Newquay

When:
Thu, 20 Jun 2019 5.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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DJ and Sax Saturdays


The perfect mix of live music and DJing, the Fistral Beach Hotel hosts DJ and Sax Saturdays. Setting the vibe for the weekend, take a seat at your table and let us take your order. The perfect evening to celebrate an occassion or for an evening of socialising with friends, family or loved ones out of town; Saturdays at Fistral just got better. - DJ and Sax live music- Champagne Cocktails-  Free canapes with every Champagne bottle bought- Sharing platters and full menu available in Dune Restaurant until 9.30pm- 8pm - late- FREE entry SHARING PLATTERSAll served with homemade focaccia bread, olive oil, balsamic THE VEGETARIANBeetroot hummus, mixed olives, artichoke hearts £11 THE MEATSalami, parma ham, prosciutto £13 THE FISHSmoked trout, shell on crevettes, smoked mackerel £14

Venue:
Fistral Beach Hotel
Esplanade Road Newquay

When:
Sat, 22 Jun 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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French Conversation Club Newquay (Intermediate)


A local conversation club in a friendly atmosphere... Grab a drink and a cake, learn and practise your French with a fun French native and like-minded people :-) Choukette is a lovely French Patisserie and cafe with a children's play area, so feel free to bring your baby or toddler along, they can play while we chat! This is a taster session at discounted rate of £5.82. After the session, you will have the opportunity to book your 5 week course at £10 a session, on a first come, first served basis! Please contact me if you have any questions. - FAQs How will I know what to say? A 'cheat sheet' can be provided to help you get started :-) Is there a minimum age to come to the club? I welcome everyone! How big is the group? Only 6 participants, to make sure that everyone can talk a lot! What are my parking options? There is a pay and display car park (Manor car park) just behind the bus station. What can I bring into the event? A desire to speak French :-) How can I contact the organiser with any questions? Please send me a message through our Facebook page or phone me on 07833 644259.

Venue:
ChouKette
52 Bank Street Newquay

When:
Wed, 19 Jun 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Cornwall Beaver Project Guided Walk - Individuals and Families


Join farmer Chris Jones and Cornwall Wildlife Trust for a guided walk around our fantastic beaver project at Woodland Valley Farm Take a walk around our unique reserve to see what the beavers have been building including their dams and the first lodge in Cornwall in over 400 years! Join farmer Chris Jones for a guided walk around the reserve and then relax in this tranquil place at dusk to hopefully see and hear the beavers in action. During the 2-3 hour visit, we’ll show you how busy the beavers have been and teach you about their fantastic way of life as ecosystem engineers! The walks will take place at dusk to ensure that you get the best opportunity to see the beavers. The animals are becoming more secretive so a sighting isn’t guaranteed. Various dates. Meet at: Woodland Valley Farm, Ladock near Truro, Cornwall.Grid ref: SW907515Postcode: TR2 4PT. Contact: Tel 01726 884127 Suitable for: ages 8+, and an adult must accompany those under 16What to bring: Please wear CLEAN wellington boots. You may be asked to use a disinfection footbath for your footwear so it should be waterproof. You will also need warm and waterproof clothing including long trousers. You are advised to bring binoculars and you may wish to wear insect repellent. A torch (preferably head torch) is advised to help exit the site at the end of the walk. Leaders: Cheryl Marriott and Tom ShelleyContact: Cornwall Wildlife Trust 01872 273939 / [email protected] but this is for information only. All bookings to be made online. Access information: We apologise the site is not wheelchair friendly. Access to the beaver site involves walking down muddy slippery farm tracks. The pace of the walk is generally slow and the distance walked is about 1km. If you are less-abled we could arrange a lift down to the flat (but boggy) beaver site so please contact us in advance of the walk date.Parking instruction: Follow postcode to farm track entrance, look out for ‘Woodland Valley Farm’ sign, drive down the track and into the farm. Follow ‘Car Park’ signs. Other information:Please remember that Woodland Valley Farm is a working farm with livestock.Please arrive at the farm with plenty of time to get ready in your wet gear.Be prepared for a short but steep walk down a farm track.Unless you hear otherwise, please assume the walk is going ahead even in rainy conditions.Please ensure that your mobile phones are switched off or on silent mode during the walk.If you bring a camera please respect our no flash photography rule with regard to the beavers. WELLBEING AND SAFETYThe site is in its natural state and so we ask you to be cautious with regard to:Low Branches, Logs, and Brambles on the ground and uneven ground.Please don’t pick any foliage there is Hemlock on the site.The site is surrounded by an electric fence, so please wait for a member of the team to escort you into the site. We look forward to you visiting the Cornwall Beaver Project!All proceeds go towards running the project 

Venue:
Woodland Valley Farm
Five Acres , Allet Truro

When:
Wed, 19 Jun 2019 8.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Cornwall Beaver Project Guided Walk - Groups of up to 20


Join farmer Chris Jones and Cornwall Wildlife Trust for a guided walk around our fantastic beaver project at Woodland Valley Farm This event is a single group booking for local community groups of up to 20 people Take a walk around our unique reserve to see what the beavers have been building including their dams and the first lodge in Cornwall in over 400 years! Join farmer Chris Jones for a guided walk around the reserve and then relax in this tranquil place at dusk to hopefully see and hear the beavers in action. During the 2-3 hour visit, we’ll show you how busy the beavers have been and teach you about their fantastic way of life as ecosystem engineers! The walks will take place at dusk to ensure that you get the best opportunity to see the beavers. The animals are becoming more secretive so a sighting isn’t guaranteed. Various dates and time. Meet at: Woodland Valley Farm, Ladock near Truro, Cornwall.Grid ref: SW907515Postcode: TR2 4PT. Contact: Tel 01726 884127 Suitable for: ages 11+, and an adult must accompany those under 16What to bring: Please wear CLEAN wellington boots. You may be asked to use a disinfection footbath for your footwear so it should be waterproof. You will also need warm and waterproof clothing including long trousers. You are advised to bring binoculars and you may wish to wear insect repellent. A torch (preferably head torch) is advised to help exit the site at the end of the walk. Leaders: Cheryl Marriott and Tom ShelleyContact: Cornwall Wildlife Trust 01872 273939 / [email protected] but this is for information only. All bookings to be made online. Access information: We apologise the site is not wheelchair friendly. Access to the beaver site involves walking down muddy slippery farm tracks. The pace of the walk is generally slow and the distance walked is about 1km. If you are less-abled we could arrange a lift down to the flat (but boggy) beaver site so please contact us in advance of the walk date.Parking instruction: Follow postcode to farm track entrance, look out for ‘Woodland Valley Farm’ sign, drive down the track and into the farm. Follow ‘Car Park’ signs. Other information:Please remember that Woodland Valley Farm is a working farm with livestock.Please arrive at the farm with plenty of time to get ready in your wet gear.Be prepared for a short but steep walk down a farm track.Unless you hear otherwise, please assume the walk is going ahead even in rainy conditions.Please ensure that your mobile phones are switched off or on silent mode during the walk.If you bring a camera please respect our no flash photography rule with regard to the beavers. WELLBEING AND SAFETYThe site is in its natural state and so we ask you to be cautious with regard to:Low Branches, Logs and Brambles on the ground and uneven ground.Please don’t pick any foliage there is Hemlock on the site.The site is surrounded by an electric fence, so please wait for a member of the team to escort you into the site. We look forward to you visiting the Cornwall Beaver Project!All proceeds go towards running the project

Venue:
Woodland Valley Farm
Five Acres , Allet Truro

When:
Wed, 26 Jun 2019 8.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


20 June - Power Lunch


I would like to invite you to a power lunch on Thursday, 20 June as we are taking over the new Flory Restaurant in Bodmin (PL31 2DG). We will have exclusive use of the restaurant. We are taking payment for this one up front to make it easier on the day. We have a two-course meal for only £18.00 Starters - Soup of the Day (v) - Chief's chicken liver parfait, red onion - Cornish gin & beetroot cured salmon, horseradish creme fraiche, G&T jelly Main - Roasted pepper & olive rice, tenderstem broccoli, alioli, almonds ( V ) - Tenderloin of pork, black pudding bon bons, dauphinois potato with bacon, cavalo nero - Beer battered hake in chips, peas, tartare sauce - Chef's pasta of the day *I will contact your for menu choices a few days in advance. This great event is also calling on networking groups from Plymouth, Exeter and Torquay to join us as well. Thank you, Brock Cornish Partnerships [email protected] 07969986871 https://www.cornishpartnerships.co.uk

Venue:
Flory Restaurant
4 Mount Folly Square , Fore Street Bodmin

When:
Thu, 20 Jun 2019 12.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


20 June - Cornish Partnerships with Devon Partnerships - Open House


Special Celebration Event this month!! This is the original Open House. Always has 40 plus businesses in attendance. This is the one you DO NOT MISS. This is now a Cornish Partnerships and Devon Partnerships combined event as well. Book early to ensure a seat and bring a stack of business cards and leaflets. Victoria Inn, Victoria Road, Roche, St. Austell PL26 8LQ (near Cornwall Services) - 01726 890207 Breakfast buffet available.This will be a relaxed event.  Learn more about Cornish Partnerships - https://www.cornishpartnerships.co.uk/ Victoria Inn, Victoria Road, Roche, St. Austell PL26 8LQ (near Cornwall Services) - 01726 890207

Venue:
Victoria Inn, Roche
Victoria Road Roche

When:
Thu, 20 Jun 2019 7.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Diversifying Audiences for Museums - with Mel Larsen


Wondering why everyone’s talking about audience diversity? Or maybe you’re already striving to make it happen? Either way, this day is designed to inspire and support you. Learn tried, tested and creative approaches to attracting a much broader audience for your museum with international Coach & Consultant Mel Larsen. Drawing on decades of researching and guiding the most effective organisations in the field, Mel will take you through reflective and practical sessions that help you to pause, ponder and plan ahead for success. Mel has worked in the arts, culture and heritage across the UK and abroad for over 20 years. For the past 7 years, she has also worked as a small business coach and facilitator. Mel’s early career included working as Manager/Administrator for pioneering touring company Black Mime Theatre (BMT) and as Marketing Officer for Talawa Theatre Company. She then joined the A.R.T.S. consultancy firm as a full-time consultant. There she conducted feasibility research for several audience development agencies and for new building and refurbishment projects including the landmark Peckham Library. As an independent consultant since 1999, her clients have included Arts Council England, The Arts Marketing Association, The Australian Arts Council, Creative New Zealand, CARIFORUM, Audiences Central, MLA London, The National Trust, English Heritage and The British Council, Winchester Council and Lambeth Council. Refundable Deposit | Please note that the £20.00 charge for this event is a deposit that will be refunded to you after you have attended the event. Lunch included

Venue:
intoBodmin | The Old Library
10 Lower Bore Street Bodmin

When:
Fri, 21 Jun 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


OceanFest ticket selling


Tier 2, Under 18, 21/6-23/6 Contact me : +4407429674575 We can talk about the price :) Tier 2, under 18 - £65.00

Venue:
The Limekiln Field
The Limekiln Field, Croyde, United Kingdom Lane

When:
Fri, 21 Jun 2019 12.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Bodmin Jail Ghost Hunt ( Cornwall)- £45 P/P


The jail is reputedly haunted by a number of ghostly guests, Eerie sound of footsteps and rattling keys are accompanied by inexplicable voices and misty figures often seen roaming on balconies and cells high above.Terrifying things also happen in and around the condemned cell; noises, ghostly shaped and footsteps. Come and join us on this spooky ghost hunt at one of the most haunted and terrifying places in the UK. Your evening includes:- * Opoortunity to investigate exclusive areas of Bodmin Jail *Chance to use real investigation equipment such as K2 Meters, Ghost Boxes and EVP Sound recording devices *Opportunity to partake in investigation experiments such as Table Tipping *FREE TIME to conduct your own investigating *Unlimited hot refreshments (Please note , we always aim to have a medium in attendance on the event, however this is never guaranteed ) *No alcohol , under 18's or pregnant ladies please * Times :- 10pm-4am Parking :- Limited parking on site, local parking available nearby Toilets and Refreshments:- Yes * A restaurant is on site if you would to eat before hand, booking a table is advised. *

Venue:
Bodmin jail
Berrycoombe Road Bodmin

When:
Fri, 21 Jun 2019 10.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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